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CNC to the power of 16 at Berlin

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- The French film regulator supported 16 features co-produced with 20 countries that have been selected at Berlin, including four in competition

CNC to the power of 16 at Berlin
Colo by Teresa Villaverde

Now more than ever, the CNC is asserting its role as a facilitator that supports, and even stimulates, the highly dynamic phenomenon of the French film industry’s attitude of international openness. Through its various components and schemes, the organisation has supported 16 features co-produced with 20 countries that will be unveiled across the different selections of the 67th Berlinale.

Standing out among them are four titles in the running for the 2017 Golden Bear, three of which benefited from World Cinema Support: Colo [+see also:
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interview: Teresa Villaverde
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by Teresa Villaverde (which was also backed through co-production support from the French-Portuguese fund), Ana, mon amour [+see also:
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interview: Călin Peter Netzer
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by Calin Peter Netzer (produced by Romania, France and Germany) and Felicity [+see also:
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interview: Alain Gomis
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by Alain Gomis (France/Senegal/Belgium). Lastly, Return to Montauk [+see also:
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by Volker Schlöndorff, produced by Germany, France and Ireland, was supported through the French-German mini co-production treaty.

The Young Karl Marx [+see also:
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by Raoul Peck (France/Germany/Belgium), which will have its world premiere in official selection, on the Berlinale Special programme, was also partially funded by the French-German co-production support scheme, in addition to receiving initial development support.

Five titles selected in the Panorama were also backed by the CNC via World Cinema Support: Centaur [+see also:
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by Aktan Arym Kubat (produced by Germany, France, the Netherlands and Kyrgyzstan), Insyriated [+see also:
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interview: Philippe Van Leeuw
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by Philippe Van Leeuw (Belgium/France/Lebanon), Requiem for Mrs. J. [+see also:
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interview: Bojan Vuletić
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by Bojan Vuletic (Serbia/Bulgaria/France/Macedonia), Headbang Lullaby [+see also:
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by Hicham Lasri (Morocco/France) and Ciao Ciao [+see also:
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by Song Chuan (France/China).

In Panorama Dokumente, Ghost Hunting [+see also:
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by Raed Andoni (France/Palestine/Switzerland/Qatar) received writing and development support, while the 100% French production Belinda [+see also:
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by Marie Dumora pulled off a grand slam, with writing and development support, production support from the Images de la diversité fund
 and a pre-production advance on receipts. 

In the Forum section we find three movies with CNC involvement, two of which secured World Cinema Support: My Happy Family [+see also:
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interview: Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon G…
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by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross 
(Germany/Georgia/France) and Low Tide [+see also:
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by Daniel Mann (Israel/France). They are joined by Foreign Body [+see also:
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by Raja Amari (Tunisia/France), which benefited from a pre-production advance on receipts, the same type of aid that was granted to Wallay [+see also:
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by Berni Goldblat (France/Burkina Faso/Qatar), which is being showcased in the Generation section.

(Translated from French)

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